Human nature being what it is… sometimes people behave poorly.
They don’t meet your standards of conduct or respect your boundaries.
What do you do if this happens within a business context?
It’s not as simple as just “cutting that person out of your life.”
The threat of a bad review or negative word of mouth looms large.
There are financial and reputational risks!
More than that… what if a client just isn’t a good fit anymore? What if you don’t want to work with someone that’s inquiring about lessons?
In this episode, Nate and Daniel teach from experience… giving plenty of verbiage that you can use to defuse these uncomfortable situations in your studio.
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